The Golden Globes may look a little different this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, but that didn't stop stars like Anya Taylor-Joy from dressing to impress!
During Sunday's awards show, the Queen's Gambit star, with the help of her stylist, Law Roach, appeared virtually in a gorgeous, shimmering emerald green custom gown with a plunging neckline and sweeping coat from Dior Haute Couture, accessorizing with Tiffany & Co. jewels.
For her beauty look, the 24-year-old actress channelled Old Hollywood glamour with a fresh face featuring Dior Beauty by MUA Georgie Eisdell, and long, straight hair styled by Gregory Russell.
"I started with Anya's damp hair by applying Pureology Instant Levitation Mist along her root around her hairline and Pureology Weightless Volume Mousse from root to ends. I distributed the product evenly throughout by using my detangling brush," explained Russell, who is a Pureology Global Artistic Ambassador. "With my GHD Helios™ Hair Dryer and a round brush I created a mohawk section on top for volume, and then switched to my vent brush and continued to blow dry her sides and back straight to maintain a soft texture and bounce."
"For the final process I worked in two sections. The first section was from her ear forward and I sprayed each subsection with Pureology Soft Finish Hairspray. After spraying, I used my 1 1/4” GHD CURVE Soft Curl Iron and gave complete curls, setting each with a flat clip," he continued. "From here, I moved to our back section and continued to use Pureology Soft Finish Hairspray with each section. Then I used the NEW GHD Max Flat Iron (launching 3/1) to smooth and seal her roots and mid lengths, leaving out her ends."
After flat ironing, Russell then used the 1 1/4” GHD CURVE Soft Curl Iron and curled from the bottom up, stopping after two complete rotations around the iron. "
From here I emulsified a pearl size amount of Pureology Shine Bright Taming Serum in my hands and lightly smoothed her ends and face frame," he explained. "Then using the Pureology Lock It Down Spray directly onto my porcupine cushion brush, softly brushed through the back. To lock our look in, I sprayed Pureology Lock It Down Spray all over."
After starring in shows like Atlantis, Peaky Blinders and The Queen's Gambit, Taylor-Joy has quickly become a fashion icon. She's received two nominations for this year's Globes: Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy for her role as Emma Woodhouse in Emma, and Best Actress in a Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television for her portrayal of Beth Harmon in The Queen's Gambit.
Taylor-Joy told ET last October that she felt a unique understanding to Beth, especially after reading the 1983 novel the Netflix series was based on.
"Both Beth and I, especially as children, were inherently lonely people that were desperately seeking a world and a place where we felt like we could contribute, be something or that we would be welcomed into it," she explained. "Beth found it in chess and I found it in making art. Like, I didn’t feel like I belonged anywhere or had anything really to offer until I stepped onto a film set for the first time."